Comcast Keeps Customers Connected Post-ACP

As the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) concludes today, Comcast has been actively informing our customers about the range of affordable options available to maintain their connectivity.

For over ten years, we have offered Internet Essentials, which remains available to low-income customers at $9.95 per month for 50 Mbps. Additionally, Internet Essentials Plus is available at $29.95 per month for 100 Mbps. All current ACP customers can transition to Internet Essentials. New Internet Essentials Plus customers can also receive a free line of unlimited Xfinity Mobile for one year, saving them hundreds of dollars.

Last month, we introduced our NOW product line, providing everyday pricing without contracts at just $30 per month for 100 Mbps, which can be bundled with NOW Mobile for as low as $55 per month. Throughout the Comcast service area, we offer competitive promotional pricing starting as low as $30-35 per month for 300 Mbps.

Moreover, Comcast provides a WiFi Pass for $20 per month, granting unlimited access to the nation’s largest network of WiFi hotspots. We also continue to offer free Internet access in over 1,250 Lift Zones nationwide, helping communities stay connected. Through Project UP, our $1 billion commitment to advancing digital equity and opportunity, we collaborate with thousands of nonprofit partners.

We remain dedicated to fostering the momentum that is generating unlimited possibilities for millions of customers.

Broderick D. Johnson is Executive Vice President, Public Policy and Executive Vice President, Digital Equity for Comcast Corporation.

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